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From: Americas Review[(essay date 1999) In the following essay, Fink discusses Espada's treatment of the injustices endured by Puerto Ricans living on the mainland.] Ever since Puerto Ricans began to come from their native island to settle...
From: Bloomsbury Review[(interview date April 1997) In the following interview, conducted in April 1997, Espada and González discuss the mix of personal experiences and political events that inform Espada's poetry.] Martín Espada is a writer...
From: Giving Their Word: Conversations with Contemporary Poets[(interview date 2002) In the following interview, Espada and Ratiner discuss the political nature of Espada's poetry.] Hunched over the podium, Martín Espada is an imposing presence, a grizzly bear of a man with dark...
From: Progressive[(review date January 1997) In the following excerpted review, Rothschild offers praise for Imagine the Angels of Bread, calling it his favorite book of poetry for the year.] My favorite book of poetry this year is...
From: Ploughshares[(essay date spring 2005) In the following essay, Salgado offers a brief overview of Espada's career as a poet.] When Martín Espada turned twenty, a family friend gave him a copy of the anthology Latin American...
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